Founded in 1901, Day & Zimmermann is a family-owned company with a workforce of 43,000 specializing in construction & engineering, operations & maintenance, staffing, security and defense solutions for leading corporations and governments around the world. Operating from more than 150 worldwide locations with 2.5 Billion USD in revenue, Day & Zimmermann is currently ranked as one of the largest private companies in the U.S. by Forbes. Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, our first work was to develop “Betterment Reports” that helped modernize American factories. Today, we are still in the business of betterment—maintaining the nation’s power infrastructure, protecting American freedoms and accelerating innovation around the world. We do what we say ®.
We offer full-scope engineering and design services for projects that range from new facilities to revamps and upgrades. Our experienced engineering resources seamlessly deliver strategic planning, conceptual engineering, front-end engineering, detailed engineering, 3D digital facility lifecycle solutions, and more. Typical projects encompass small to mid-sized capital expenditure (capex) projects, from $100,000 up to $100 million total installed cost (TIC). We are a full service EPCm and maintenance provider, and have the flexibility to execute EPCm projects directly with the customer or in collaboration with other EPC firms.
Day & Zimmermann is currently ranked #66 in Top 400 Contractors and #157 in Top 500 Design Firms (“Engineering News-Record” Industry Rankings, Fall 2018), and have performed an average of 1M engineering hours annually since 2015.
Company Size/NAICS Codes
NAICS codes: 541330, 238990
Quality Control Packages
30/60/90% Design Staging
Digital Asset Management
Process Hazards Analysis (PHA/HAZOP) and Facilitation
Balance of plant (BOP) projects/utilities/infrastructure
Deltech Kiln and Furnace Design, LLC (aka DKFD, LLC) was founded in 2016 to supply electric laboratory furnaces and related supplies and equipment to the nuclear science, engineering, and technology communities. The decision to form DKFD was made after Deltech, Inc. was approached by Merrick & Company here in Denver, Colorado to act as a subcontractor for the supply of furnaces to a nuclear facility. Designs, processes, and products must meet rigorous nuclear quality assurance requirements, and DKFD is positioned to design and subcontract the most complex custom furnace systems, providing quality assurance oversight and documentation at every step in the design, build, test, delivery, commissioning, and maintenance processes.
DKFD qualifies as a small business concern
NAICS Code: 541690
CAGE Code: 7SNC1
Congressional District #7
A member of the Nuclear Environmental and Technology Division of the American Ceramic Society
We have developed our NQA-1 program and expect to implement it within the next few weeks
About Our Manufacturing Partner
The joint owner/manager team of J.J. Stevenson and Mary Stevenson are also principals and owners of Deltech, Inc. Deltech has designed and built custom furnaces for materials science researchers, ceramic engineers, and industrial ceramics manufacturers around the world. Customers include NASA, JPL, LLNL, INEL, Sandia labs, LANL, Brookhaven National Labs, ORNL, Savannah River National Laboratories, and NETL, Albany. Projects have included special designs for waste containment, for use in robotically controlled “hot” rooms, and for operation through gloveboxes. http://www.deltechfurnaces.com
Deltech manufactures standard and custom electric resistance lab scale and production furnaces and control systems for operating temperatures from 1400 deg C to 2000 deg C in air, inert atmospheres (with and without vacuum assisted evacuation), and under positive pressures. We offer a special “RS” line for glass melting applications. We also maintain stock and supply related spare parts including reline kits, heating elements, thermocouples, and ceramics including hearth plates. We sell, install, and service our products domestically and internationally.
Now celebrating completion of our 51st year, Deltech has established a reputation for taking on the custom projects that others will not, and without the customary charges for the engineering time required for custom designs.
Deltech, Inc. qualifies as a small business and as a woman-owned business
ISO 9001:2015 certified company
NAICS Code: 333994
CAGE Code: 56291
Congressional District #7
Deltech supplies furnaces to materials science researchers and manufacturers around the world. In the U.S. our customers include universities, national labs, and industrial ceramics manufacturers. Specific customers include M.I.T., the Carnegie Institute, Pacific Northwest Labs, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, ATK, 3M Specialty Glass Division, Kyocera, and Coors Tek. Deltech is currently subcontracted to our related company Deltech Kiln and Furnace Design to build furnaces for CNS. We have developed our NQA-1 program and plan to implement it within the next few weeks.
DuBose National Energy Services, Inc. (DNES) is proud to offer quality products with exceptional service. DNES carries one of the largest, most diversified inventories of nuclear qualified material. DNES stocks bar, plate, sheet, structural shapes, pipe, tubing, flanges, fittings, fasteners, Unistrut metal framing products, weld rod and wire. DNES can support common carbon and alloy steel to highly corrosive-resistant stainless; nickel alloys to aluminum and bronze. In addition, DNES offers many value-added services from machining, fabricating, sawing, burning, shearing, bending, cleaning, heat treating, in-house commercial grade dedication (including NDE) , and reverse engineering. All products and services are offered under our comprehensive Quality Program that is based on ASME Section III, NCA/WA-3800 and 4000 and accreditation through our approved ‘N-type’ certificates (NA, NPT and NS); 10CFR50 Appendix B; ASME NQA-1; ANSI N45.2; CSA CAN3-Z299 (category 2 & 3); CSA N299.2-2016 & MIL-I-45208A. DNES additionally implements orders that require compliance with the applicable requirements of 10CFR71 and 72. DNES is accredited under AISC and AWS, as well as ASME Section VIII (Pressure Vessels, Division 1 – U & R Stamps.) DNES was awarded the Y-12 Small Business of the year in 2016 and in 2018 became a large business. DNES recently commissioned a state of the art blast & paint/coating facility and increased the size of our machining area totaling ~21,000² ft. to support our varied customer base.
E2 offers government and private-sector clients professional and technical services, including: Facility Operations, Engineering and Design, Startup/Commissioning, Environmental Engineering, Project Management, Project Engineering, Construction Management
Edwards Supply is a full line electrical supplies distributor located in Oak Ridge, TN since 1993. We have long term contracts with Oak Ridge National Labs, Y-12 Nuclear Facilities, and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions as well as many other Department of Energy Contractors and numerous other government entities. We also service many local industrial facilities. We have a 10,000 sf warehouse and a vast inventory representing the finest products in the electrical industry. Visit our website at http://www.edwardssuppy.com or contact Tracie Rucker for further information: email@example.com
The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI) conducts research and development relating to the generation, delivery, and use of electricity for the benefit of the public. As an independent, nonprofit organization, EPRI brings together its scientists and engineers to collaborate with experts in academia and industry to address challenges in electricity. These challenges include reliability, efficiency, affordability, health, safety, and the environment. EPRI also provides technology, policy, and economic analyses to drive long-range research and development planning; supports research in emerging technologies; and uses objective technology-based research and resulting insights to inform policy makers and regulators in areas related to an integrated energy network.
EPRI members represent 90% of the electricity generated and delivered in the United States with international participation extending to 40 countries. EPRI’s principal offices and laboratories are located in Palo Alto, CA.; Charlotte, NC.; Knoxville, TN.; Dallas, TX; Washington, D.C.; and Lenox, MA.
EPRI’s Key Aspects include: Thought Leadership – thinking ahead to identify issues, technology gaps, and broader needs that affect the electricity sector; Industry Expertise – providing expertise across all major technical disciplines and from every stage of electricity generation, transmission, distribution, and end use; Collaborative Value – Bringing together our members and diverse scientific and technical communities to shape and drive research and development in the electricity sector; Independent – being objective while providing scientifically based results that address reliability, efficiency, affordability, health, safety, and the environment; Nonprofit – Chartered to serve the public benefit, with guidance from an independent Advisory Council.
EPRI’s Strategic Initiatives include Integrated Energy Network (IEN). The IEN envisions a future in which customers have flexibility to use, produce, and manage energy as they choose, while improving access to reliable, safe, affordable, and cleaner energy. Three important areas of focus are using cleaner energy through efficiency and electrification, producing cleaner energy, and integrating energy resources. The first area of focus is Efficient Electrification, which was launched by EPRI’s Board of Directors in 2017, as a three-year initiative that focuses on broad benefits to consumers, utilities, and society by exploring development and deployment of higher-performance electric end uses to enhance other commercial technologies and deliver new energy services. The Second focus area is Artificial Intelligence (AI). EPRI’s research on AI supports the acceleration of AI applications across the electric sector, connecting leading AI providers, startups, universities, and research groups with utilities to develop training data sets and support performance testing. EPRI’s third initiative is Resilience. EPRI’s Resilience Initiative is broadening energy system resilience to consider customer and community perspectives and to support education, customer tools, and pilot projects. These resilience initiatives and technologies for communities includes building on research in threat assessment, mitigation, customer preferences and resource valuation.
EPRI’s Research Portfolio includes: Technology Innovation; Power Delivery and Utilization; Transformation-Nuclear; Generation; and Energy and Environment. Technology Innovation drives thought leadership and advanced research and development, along with technology scouting and incubation, to sustain a full pipeline of solutions leading to the Integrated Energy Network (IEN). Power Delivery and Utilization – Transmission, Distribution, and Substations – enhances the safety, reliability, and resiliency of bulk power and distribution system infrastructure with new tools, technologies, and approaches. Power Delivery and Utilization – Distributed Energy Resources and the Customer – provides the insights, tools, research and development, and analysis to assist utilities and stakeholders with the journey to reliable, affordable, efficient, and environmentally responsible power system. Transformation – Nuclear – development of the technologies that enable the safe, reliable, economical operation of existing nuclear plants and the deployment of advanced nuclear power plants. Generation – provides the fossil and renewable generating fleets with safe, reliable, economical, and environmentally responsible electricity production technologies. Energy and Environment – helps to shape a sustainable energy future through collaborative analysis, environmental science, and technology research.
Company Size/Small Business Classifications/NAICS Codes
1050 / Not a Small Business /
541715 Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)
221111 Hydroelectric Power Generation
221112 Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation
221113 Nuclear Electric Power Generation
221114 Solar Electric Power Generation
221115 Wind Electric Power Generation
221116 Geothermal Electric Power Generation
221117 Biomass Electric Power Generation
221118 Other Electric Power Generation
221121 Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control
221122 Electric Power Distribution
511210 Software Publishers
541330 Engineering Services
541380 Testing Laboratories
541620 Environmental Consulting Services
541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
Advanced Manufacturing for Utilities
Low-CO2 Fossil Generation
Energy Utilization and the Customer
Information, Communication, and Cyber Security
Fuels and Chemistry
Deploy New Nuclear Power Plants
Advanced Fossil, CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Storage